On the TEI mailing list, Martin Mueller recently raised some incisive comments on my previous posts detailing the process of publishing a scholarly editing project on Google Sites (see pt. 1 and pt. 2). Read the rest of this entry »
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In my previous post on scholarly publishing projects, I summed up the advantages of using Google Sites to make documents available online. But how to automate that process for a huge number of documents? For example, how to build a fully-searchable website for hundreds of Victorian letters, or scores of descriptions of performance events?
So, you finally got that beautiful scholarly editing project on the rails. You have begun to painstakingly edit those [insert crazy number] letters from late Renaissance artists. Or those [insert second crazy number] medieval prose manuscripts.